2004 Florida Statutes
Cash assistance program.
Noncompliance with work requirements.
Medical incapacity due to substance abuse or mental health impairment.
Resource eligibility standards.
Income eligibility standards.
Determining eligibility for temporary cash assistance.
Time limitations of temporary cash assistance.
Exemption from public meetings law.
Limited temporary cash assistance for children born to families receiving temporary cash assistance.
Withholding of payments based on evidence of fraud.
Public assistance policy simplification.
Diversion program for victims of domestic violence.
Diversion program to prevent or reduce child abuse and neglect.
Diversion program for families at risk of welfare dependency due to substance abuse or mental illness.
Diversion programs; determination of need.
Emergency assistance program.
Review of existing waivers.
Integrated welfare reform and child welfare services.
Court-appointed guardian unnecessary.
Temporary cash assistance; payment on death.
Public assistance payments to constitute debt of recipient.
Temporary assistance programs; public records exemption.
State agency for administering federal food stamp program.
Prohibitions and restrictions with respect to food stamps.
Violations of food stamp program.
Annual report concerning administrative complaints and disciplinary actions involving food stamp program violations.
Public assistance overpayment recovery program; contracts.
Public assistance overpayment recovery privatization; reemployment of laid-off career service employees.
Automated fingerprint imaging.
Stop Inmate Fraud Program established; guidelines.
Recovery of payments made due to mistake or fraud.
Cause for employee dismissal.
Implementation of community work program.